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Vibrobot
Vibration is the idea behind a shaky vibrobot – one maxed out enough so Phil can ride it! Plus, suspending water in mid-air and lasers!
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This computer-animated figure explains Einstein’s theories and research in a simple, straightforward fashion. He has a genius for breaking down the formulas and ideas, explaining concepts and physical laws in an entertaining and accessible way.
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Got a science question? Got a minute? These one-minute video clips in the Science Please! collection offer humorous but rigorously accurate explanations of scientific discoveries and phenomena we encounter in our daily lives.
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World Ahoy addresses important facts about our cultural and existential life in creative and amusing ways. In each episode we visit different subjects and explore each topic in depth.
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Can a cat be both alive and dead? Can a computer think? Can a tortoise outrun a hero? This series includes fast-paced animations that explain six famous thought experiments.
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A comprehensive animated survey which tells the story of the American continent through all its settlements and historical events. Journey through different cultures and events that have defined the Americas - from the Incan Empire to the American Revolutionary War.
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A comprehensive animated survey of the evolution of humanity and the history of predominately Western Civilisations. Explore the stories of mankind - from the creation of Earth to the first empires, from the Age of the Vikings to the Enlightenment.
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A comprehensive animated survey telling the story of the human body. Journey through different systems and organs of the human body and learn more about yourself!
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The Discoverers tells the story of some of history’s most important discoverers and discoveries - from the early mathematical theories of Archimedes to the groundbreaking ideas of Albert Einstein and Charles Darwin.
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See how new technology can strip away the effects of the atmosphere, giving better images than you can get from space! And join astronomers hunting for exploding stars at the edge of the Universe.
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Beauty is one of the great subjects of art. From the earliest cave paintings that we know about, art has always searched for that unity of proportions, that transcendent pleasing-ness of appearances.
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